Jodi L. Abbott has reached the pinnacle of achievement as a figure skating judge. One of the sport's most accomplished judging officials, she has officiated at elite skating competitions around the world, including the Olympic Games, four International Skating Union World championships, and the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating. As one of a handful of individuals chosen to revamp the judging system following the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, she played a significant role in designing the system currently used for judging figure skating. A leader within the broader community as well, Abbott, president and CEO of NorQuest College in Edmonton, has long been an advocate for people with disabilities and a champion for improved health-care services. Awarded in In Edmonton, Anglican Bishop Jane Alexander might be most closely identified with the city's anti-poverty initiative. Alexander, the 10th bishop of Edmonton, co-chaired the Mayor's Task Force for the Elimination of Poverty in Edmonton and now serves as co-chair of EndPoverty Edmonton, working with community leaders to end poverty in the city within a generation. Alexander also gives close attention to the work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission - inviting her diocese to reflect deeply on reconciliation with Indigenous peoples - and to grassroots movements drawing attention to missing and murdered Indigenous women.
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Something that will help you stand out is a strong masculine frame. We like each other, but I feel like giving up also at times. Put your best foot forward; be soft-spoken, courteous, well-mannered, chivalrous, and respectful. I grew away from mine as my husband then-boyfriend slowly grew closer to his Mormon faith.